Susan Trausch

Susan Trausch worked at The Boston Globe for 32 years.

One company. A newspaper. For 32 years!

That makes her something of a dinosaur.

But flirting with extinction is not bad and Trausch had a great time in the Journalistic Forest Primeval.

She wrote:

  • columns
  • editorials
  • business news
  • magazine pieces
  • Washington feature stories.

She won some prizes:

  • American Society of Newspaper Editors Distinguished Writing Award for editorials.
  • National Headliner Award for her column, “Out to Lunch.”
  • The Gerald Loeb Award for business reporting.

Trausch was born in Cleveland and still roots for the Ohio State Buckeyes. She lives south of Boston with her husband, John Stobierski, and two cats.

Susan serves on the board of the Cape Cod Writers Center.